The first alcohol-based formula, dates all the way back to 1371 and was created for the Queen of Hungary!
But we’ve come a long, long way since then, and scents come in more forms that we can count, from oil-based rollerballs to solid balms.
However, no matter how long-lasting, one thinks that her perfume is, during the cooler months, you come to notice that your fragrance is fading faster than ever (as in, it lasts only an hour).
We chalk it up to strong radiators and lack of humidity in the air, but we are still devoted to the idea of wearing a signature scent every day.
Come across the idea of hair perfumes and decideto give them a try.
Plus, the fact that many are oil-based, means they’ll both cling to your strands and work to add moisture, too.
Some favorite discoveries are: Sachajuan Protective Hair Perfume.
It’s a strong scent, but it’s applied with a mist, so you can control how much you use and the formula will, make your hair feel softer.
Another, new obsession, is Byredo’s range of hair perfumes, which come, in several of their signature aromas such as:
Gypsy Water and Bal d’Afrique, two scents that you can also use in eau de perfume form.